Today, we are excited to announce several new services that enable customers from all walks of life embrace cloud and maximize the opportunity it brings.
The Azure Websites site extension feature allows developers to essentially write “apps” that can be run on an Azure Website…
Your data in Azure benefits from multiple layers of security technologies, operational practices, and compliance policies in order to enforce data privacy and integrity. A new white paper provides in-depth information about protecting critical data in Azure at every layer, whether structured or unstructured, in-transit, or at-rest.
This post provides an overview of how the Azure Storage platform simplifies development by providing first class support for all three of these concurrency strategies.
System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) is an established backup product for protecting Microsoft on-premise workloads. As our customers move some or all of their infrastructure to Azure, a key ask is the ability to back up workloads now running in Azure.
We are releasing another preview of the Microsoft Azure WebJobs SDK, which was introduced by Scott Hanselman. To read more about the previous preview, read this announcement post.
In order to simplify the experience which today combines both Notification Hub and messaging entities, Service Bus backend is working towards enhancing the user experience.
I’m excited to announce the limited preview of the Migration Accelerator (MA), for Azure. Spawned from the technology of our InMage acquisition the MA is designed to seamlessly migrate physical, VMware, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Hyper-V workloads into Azure.
In this post, we will explain how to setup the required networking infrastructure with the help of an example as well as learn how to setup networking on-premises and on Azure and then concluding with how to do a test failover and a planned failover.
In this post, we will continue the conversation about the business continuity scenarios and discuss the newly released Standard Geo-Replication feature of Azure SQL Database. Before diving into the details, it would be useful to summarize the full range of the business continuity features now available in preview and discuss what you should use and why.
As an Azure Automation runbook author you want to create runbooks that execute reliably in the face of unexpected issues like errors, exceptions, network issues, and crashes. In this post, I will talk about why, when, and how you should use checkpointing in your Automation runbooks.